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Politics Wrap-Up: African Americans and Clinton

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Politics Wrap-Up: African Americans and Clinton

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Politics Wrap-Up: African Americans and Clinton

Politics Wrap-Up: African Americans and Clinton

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Mary Frances Berry and Ron Christie dissect a study about the candidate preferences of black voters, the Israeli/Palestinian peace talks, and tonight's Republican CNN/YouTube debate.

Mary Frances Berry is a professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania. Ron Christie is vice president of the lobbying group DC Navigators and a former special assistant to President George W. Bush.

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